Adventure

Mr. Finchley – by Victor Canning

I have been reading this series for a while now, but I wanted to read all three before talking about it, just because it made more sense. I am always up for trying a reprint of older books, preferably mysteries but I sometimes succumb to interesting-sounding books of other genres. This was one of those… Continue reading Mr. Finchley – by Victor Canning

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Humour

Utterly Uncle Fred (Uncle Fred 0.5 & 2-4) by P.G. Wodehouse

I felt a sudden urge before I left for my vacation to unwind with a book from my own shelf. I purchased this omnibus sometime in 2012 at the Strand in New York. I only went there infrequently in the time that I lived in the area and every visit was an adventure in itself… Continue reading Utterly Uncle Fred (Uncle Fred 0.5 & 2-4) by P.G. Wodehouse

Adventure, Mystery

Death on a Quiet Day (Sir John Appleby #16) by Michael Innes

This book is yet another one which I can add to #BritishCrimeClassicsChallenge you can see Rekha's review for more glowing praise. I only quite recently realised how deficit my knowledge of old classic crime novels or even authors was (as anyone following my reviews could attest). I am slowly working my way through (my) unknowns to identify if… Continue reading Death on a Quiet Day (Sir John Appleby #16) by Michael Innes

Thriller

Truth and Lies (DI Amy Winter #1) by Caroline Mitchell

Narrator: Elizabeth Knowelden When I posted my last review Broken Veil (Harbinger #5) by Jeff Wheeler, I felt a nagging sensation when I saw the difference between the queue at the end of the post. It was then I realised that I had forgotten to write a review for this book although it has been a… Continue reading Truth and Lies (DI Amy Winter #1) by Caroline Mitchell